Photo by Herbert2512 Greyhound racing in Ireland has long been a popular sport and industry, attracting both enthusiasts and bettors alike. However, behind the excitement and glamour, there are deep-rooted welfare concerns that have come to light in recent years. The debate surrounding greyhound racing in Ireland revolves around the ethical dilemma of animal cruelty…Keep reading
Are you are a member of An Garda Síochána? Do you subscribe to the Garda Review magazine? 👮 If so, keep an eye out for our article September’s Garda Review with retired U.K. police detective inspector, Mark Randell, founder of Hidden-in-Sight and member of Naturewatch Foundation. PROTECT ANIMALS, PROTECT PEOPLE “Animal-related crime can provide valuable…Keep reading
Animals have long been used by humans for various purposes, including food, entertainment, and transportation. However, in recent years, there has been a shift in society’s perception of animals, leading to the development of legal protections and the advancement of animal welfare.Keep reading
A man has been charged with 75 offences under the Animal Health and Welfare Act, at Kilkenny District Court. Laurence Heffernan, Carrigleade, Graignamanag… — Read on http://www.kilkennypeople.ie/Keep reading
Animal welfare has been a topic of discussion for many years, especially with the increase in industrialised farming practices. Alice de Concerto, the legal advisor at the European Institute for Animal Law and Policy, is questioning the effects of EU farm animal welfare legislation in protecting animals. In her presentation, she examines the limitations of…Keep reading
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